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Rotherham Child Abuse Scandal - Ring A

“Several staff described their nervousness about identifying the ethnic origins of perpetrators for fear of being thought as racist; others remembered clear direction from their managers not to do so.”

Rotherham child abuse scandal: 1,400 children exploited, report finds

There is a reason that “Lady Justice” wears a blindfold, it is so that both prejudice and favour are ignored in the legal system and one of the reasons why the Anglo-Saxon legal system has established itself around the world.

Unfortunately, the same rules do not apply to the politically correct who see a “narrative” at every turn, indeed is a “Social Worker” not the very epitome of the Fabian state writ large?

The net effect of such deliberate and wilful ignorance was that a significant number of children were subjected to violence, sexual abuse and coercion because the public appointed and empowered enforcers of the law were colour-blind to their actions because they were Muslims.

Without committing acts of outrage myself, it is impossible to continue, but suffice to say that until political correctness and random acts of racism are removed from both law and public service – for what else is “Child Services” – or whatever the current politically correct euphemism?

There may well be a place for social workers, but it is within the voluntary sector of the 19th century rather than the state enabled child abductors of the 21st.


  1. john in cheshire says:

    The muslims are ugly on the outside whereas the Rotherham public servants are undoubtedly ugly on the inside.

  2. RAB says:

    I am beyond apoplectic!

    Not one Social worker, Policeman, or Council official will be repremanded, let alone jailed for 14 years (and how many more?) of complete fuckin failure.

    The leader of the Council is gracefully stepping down though, on full pension of course! My blood is fuckin boiling! because we all know that if this had been a group of white dudes with a Harem of Pakistani children, their feet wouldn’t have touched 14 years ago.

    IS are a bunch of murdering scum, but you can count on a long long line of severed heads in the sand, if this sort of thing had happened to their women

  3. Single Acts of Tyranny says:

    Agree entirely with RAB, JG and JiC but where the hell were the kids parents?

    If this isn’t enough to wake the public from their stupor belief in the state, then nothing will.

  4. RAB says:

    but where the hell were the kids parents?

    A bloody good question for most of them, but some fathers tried to find their runaway daughters, tracked them down, prepared to take them back from the rapists and pimps, then the bloody police turned up and arrested THEM!!

  5. Lynne at Counting Cats says:

    Prison is too good for the bastards.

  6. JuliaM says:

    The ‘Guardian’ editorial this morning glossing over the fact that they themselves have done so much to aid & abet this political correctness makes utterly nauseating reading…

  7. NickM says:

    Ugly looking buggers – esp. bottom right. But, I’m not 100% sure what JG is getting at. I don’t see how JG isn’t creating a “narrative”. OK, I’ll give him a pass because I assume he’s angry but JG doesn’t make much coherent sense. But, yes, it is disgraceful. And I mean the actions of the “authorities”. If any good comes of this it will be the rejection of faith in these “authorities” to protect children or indeed anyone. This seems to me to be a twisted retread of Middlesborough. I have met social workers. Dear gods! Power without any intellect leads to disaster whether it is doing nothing (Rotherham) or going mentally over the top (Middlesborough).

  8. John Galt says:

    I don’t see how JG isn’t creating a “narrative”. OK, I’ll give him a pass because I assume he’s angry but JG doesn’t make much coherent sense. But, yes, it is disgraceful. And I mean the actions of the “authorities”.

    Fair comment – indeed I doubt that the bottle of red wine I had prior to posting helped my coherence any. While it is true that I may be guilty of creating my own narrative, that of the lefty social worker – it is at least a narrative that has a certain amount of substance to it, a stereotype to be certain, but isn’t that the thing about stereotypes, they can be misleading but there is often a core of truth to them.

    The other aspect that I would add is that my narrative is a powerless reflection, whereas the social workers under analysis have tremendous power and in this case they failed to act because they were genuinely afraid of being accused of racism by their own colleagues and management. Indeed their management had been quite open about that, which adds another dimension to this whole mess.

    To be quite honest, this whole thing should be looked at as part of a judicial review, because it is quite clear that the social service department in Rotherham is incapable of cleaning their own Augean stables.

  9. RAB says:

    It’s not just Rotherham, it’s across the board. Nobody with an ounce of common sense and a robust moral compass of right and wrong lasts more than 10 minutes in either the Social or Probation services. Roz N Dave rule ok.

  10. NickM says:

    Of course Shaun Wright is refusing to resign! He’s the “Police and Crime Commissioner”. Am I the only one who thinks “Crime Commissioner” sounds like something Prof. Moriaty has the ideal CV for? Of course in an ideal world he’d tell his secretary, “No calls”, retreat into the office with a single malt and a pistol. He had also been in charge of “Children’s Services” before that. He’s on the telly now and he has a face of purest brass. Actually, he should be sent to Syria where they do nasty things.

  11. NickM says:

    Yes, RAB, Shaun Wright was talking about “lessons learned” over a “period of time”. I know within a millisecond that raping an 11-year old is vile and the perp ought to go to be moved to the Jimmy Saville Memorial Wing of some chokey. And if the key just happens to fall down a drain then, well stuff just happens doesn’t it?

  12. John Galt says:

    I must admit that my only encounter with them was in relation to my daughter when she first joined the Kindergarten (or whatever they call it) at the local Infants and Juniors school. They initially diagnosed Samantha as requiring speech therapy because she spoke differently from the other children (having been brought up by her Chinese Malaysian mother).

    Some social workers paid a visit to “discuss the issue”, but it was clear that it was in reality a chance to meet the parents and scope out the house for signs of contributory abuse or whatever. It was only at the pleading of my wife that I allowed the visit and just sat there silently.

    When they obviously decided that my silence was deliberate they asked me how I feel about Samantha getting help from a speech therapist, I said, somewhat neutrally “I am supportive of anything which is in Samantha’s best interests”. This was obviously what they considered an acceptable answer so they got up and left.

    Fortunately, we were in a better position than most, since my wife was “an ethnic” and also a governor at Samantha’s school. If we’d been standard WASP’s then I’d probably have been up on a charge before the beak.

    Actually it was a complete waste of time, because Samantha had one session with the speech therapist and she turned around and said “nothing wrong with her” and that was the end of the matter.

    So my only direct experience of social workers only really strengthened the stereotype of them as well meaning busybodies with too much power.

  13. John Galt says:

    Of course Shaun Wright is refusing to resign!

    That’s the first thing they teach them during clown college an MP’s induction – “Never Resign”.

    Of course, he might be the man in charge, but it’s not really his fault. This sort of attitude has been prevalent in local councils since the 70’s and probably earlier.

    A bit like the old comment from St. Margaret of Thatcher about the Open University being “a nest of Marxists”, the same was true of pretty much every Social Services / Children’s Department. About the only qualifications necessary to be a social worker is a liberal arts degree (sociology preferred) and to be a galloping Trot.

    Probably not so much nowadays, maybe hardline lesbian and LBGT environmentalist campaigner would be more suitable, but despite the removals of earlier socialist / Marxists labels, the attitudes remain the same.

    Social Services / Children’s Department’s are still where people who have difficulty dealing with reality get employment (though not necessarily “work” in the traditional sense of the word) and if you don’t have the right ideology and credentials then you don’t get your foot in the door, which is why you will never see a member of UKIP who is also a social worker.


  14. NickM says:

    Well, at Nottingham University (where I was an UG) they had a degree course in “Social Policy”. Note not “sociology” (they also did that). It really shouldn’t have been a degree as such because it was more like a training course for implementing whatever da gubbermunt wanted in terms of social engineering. So, whereas I was learning the eternal verities of maths & physics and such they were learning the plat du jour diktats of whoever was in power. It was like the local government equivalent to what PPE is to the corridors of Westminster. I know this because I spoke at length to one of the students who was kinda a friend of a friend.

  15. RAB says:

    And it’s a miracle that the whole thing hasn’t been airbrushed from history. It may well yet, of course.

  16. NickM says:

    Isn’t it “LGBT”? Anyway, I was in Manchester on Saturday to see the Who at the cinema. The council had scheduled massive building works (including moving the cenotaph in order to build a tram/bus thingie) on Pride weekend. It was pandemonium. I’ve met a few folks from the OU and they seemed OK. Now, Leeds Uni is packed to the rafters with political nutters willing to, “Bare their angry lesbian breast” whatever that means. I walked through a picket line of them once. I can’t recall what they were protesting about. It might have been Israel but I forget. I didn’t give a toss about politricks then and I’m not sure I do much more now. I do know it had nothing to do with the welfare of any Leeds student other than the ones making a name for themselves as being “activists”.

  17. John Galt says:

    Isn’t it “LGBT”? Anyway

    I tell you what it is Nick – it’s divide-and-rule style leftist bollocks is what it is.

    When I use the phrase (despite being an inhabitant of the Canton as it were), it is usually with a mixture of derision and contempt – having a vision of “Millie Tant” from Viz in mind…

    Regardless, the “Lesbians” come first (fnarr, fnarr) as the sisterhood hath declared it.

  18. Joe Public says:

    And this is just in the Forward of ‘ “Easy Meat” Multiculturalism, Islam and Child Sex Slavery’, a 333-page March 2014 report:-

    “They do some quick calculations, and conclude that Muslims are 154 times likelier to be perpetrators of these crimes than non-Muslims. Another points out that it’s worse than that: there’s not been one case where the victim was a Muslim and the paedophiles were non-Muslims.”

  19. NickM says:

    Why the quotes on lesbian? I have known a few.

  20. Tim Newman says:

    Good grief, what a row of ugly fuckers! It’s always the way with these lot, the ones preaching hate and/or raping are always ugly as sin.

  21. John Galt says:

    Just not getting it at home I suspect Tim…

    There is even an argument to be made for further relaxation of laws in respect of prostitution (as Germany has done) rather than the introduction of the Swedish Model (which is not as sexy as you think).

    Surely, if these guys could have got laid elsewhere with cash and no questions they wouldn’t be combing the streets looking for impressionable teens to exploit – but then again who can know the mentality of pedo’s – which is what these bastards ACTUALLY are…

    As Tim Worstall often says “Hang the lot of them”

  22. Twenty_Rothmans says:

    They’d have to legalise bestiality as well as prostitution.

  23. NickM says:

    Twenty Rothmans,
    Leave my cat out of it! Prostitution should be properly legal anyway. And I say that with no dog in the fight although as Tim points out it looks like that lot had been in a fight with a dog and come out on the losing end.

  24. John Galt says:

    Hmmm…Timmy – You do look sexy in that fur coat of yours…I bet you’ve got nothing on underneath…


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